Relatively un-touristy, Laos is one of South East Asia’s most authentic and unspoilt destinations. Separated from its neighbors by the snaking Mekong River this landlocked country is full of surprises. It boasts mountains, jungles, temples, stunning waterfalls and spectacular limestone karst scenery. It retains much of its charming culture and long standing traditions, especially amongst the many diverse ethnic tribes. Ecotourism is fast becoming a highlight of Laos giving visitors access to remote tribal villages and lush National Parks full of flora and fauna. Renowned for its slow pace, welcoming people and its many hidden gems Laos is ideal for an off-the-beaten-track adventure.
With Laos Tour Packages at Passion Indochina Travel, we operate a private tour groups tailored to the individual needs of our guests. Our team has extensively traveled to every corner of the region, discovering the most authentic locations and exciting activities to suit a variety of travel styles, interests, and budgets. Our knowledgeable insights and special itineraries created by our highly-experienced travel professionals will provide you with an unforgettable adventure through Laos, or wherever you may go in Southeast Asia.
The Vieng Xai caves are an extensive network of caves that served as hidden city during the Vietnam War. The area was home to the Communist army, who were fighting the royalist ...More Detail
The Pak Ou Caves are located north of Luang Prabang on the Mekong river and can be reached by road or river boat. The caves are famous for their miniature Buddha sculptures. ...More Detail
Located near the northern tip of the peninsula formed by the Mekong and the Nam Khan rivers, Wat Xieng Thong is Luang Prabangâ€™s most magnificent temple. It was built in ...More Detail
The Plain of Jars is a large area extending around the town of Phonsavan, where huge jars of unknown origin are scattered around the landscape. The stone jars appear in clusters, ...More Detail
Si Phan Don (meaning 4,000 islands) is a beautiful set of islands, set against a scenic section of the Mekong River in Southern Laos. The Mekong is impassable to river traffic ...More Detail
Vang Vieng is a riverside town, located in central Laos about a 4 hour bus ride north of the capital. The main street is full of guest houses, bars, restaurants, internet cafes, ...More Detail
The Mekong is Southeast Asiaâ€™s greatest river with an estimated length of 4,350 km (2,703 miles). Laos actually has the greatest share of the Mekong River. With few good ...More Detail
One of the most charming cities in south-east Asia, Luang Prabang is the most popular tourist attraction in Laos. Until 1975, when the communist took over the country, it was the ...More Detail
Nong Khiaw is also known as Nong Kiau and is a pretty spot in Laos that is rapidly gaining a name for itself as one of the best places to visit in the country if you want to get ...More Detail
Tham Kong Lo is the name for the Kong Lo Cave which is part of the wider Phu Hin Bun National Park. The park and cave sit along the Phu Hin Bun River and the central chamber is ...More Detail
Muang Ngoi Neua used to be relatively sleepy and under visited, although nowadays it has become known for being a stop off on the legendary Banana Pancake Trail which wraps around ...More Detail